pretending to be famous

December 03, 2017

Interviewed by Lunysworld about modeling, blogging and singing

[…] “My modeling name is Nosferatu Necromancer. Yes I’m aware that’s a very long name and a lot of non-alternative people have a real hard time pronouncing it.. I really love the Gothic novel “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, and there the name “nosferatu” was used for vampires, and I always found it a beautiful word. And I’m also a satanist, and I think its hilarious how one dumb square automatically exclaimed “NECROMANCER” when I told her that.” […]


October 12, 2017

Interviewed by Kinktionary about beauty standards, trauma, intimacy and sex

[…]  “It’s just part of who I am, I am not proud of my scars, but over time I’ve learned that I shouldn’t be ashamed of them either. And most of the photographers I work with like me for my individuality anyways. I’m not your typical high-fash-skinny-legs type of model. I have flaws, and that’s what makes me special, that’s why most photographers want to shoot with me, and I think that also helped in accepting that my scars don’t take away my beauty.” […]


March 13, 2017

Interviewed by i-D Magazine NL about the Woman’s March Amsterdam

[…] “Mensen zeggen altijd wel dat er al gelijke rechten zijn, maar dat is helemaal niet zo. We zien het in de wetten wel, maar in de praktijk nog niet. Daarom is het goed om hier de aandacht op te vestigen. Er moeten nog veel dingen veranderen.” […]


February 09, 2017

Interviewed by |SANS|

[…] “When people ask me to introduce myself, I often find myself having a hard time. Not to sound like a philosopher on LSD, but knowing who you are is quite a difficult thing. “Luca” is the name I go by from day to day. “Milo” is what I’m known as on Facebook and with a particular group of friends. Call for “Nosferatu Necromancer”, and you’ll meet me again, as an aspiring artist who likes to explore the different aspects of the art scene. And if you require for “Glen Jamie Daniels”, you will find me dressed in a short skirt, paired with a bondage harness, high heels and latex gloves, out partying at an underground rave, or posing as an alternative model.” […]


 

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